Why You Should Be Outraged by iPad Subscription Model

A few months back, Apple unveiled its subscription service for content distribution on the iPad. The model first used by The Daily news app is now available to all app content makers, such as magazines, newspapers, and even video and music. Anything that’s published can be delivered automatically to your iPad without the need for […]

Lit2Go on iTunes

I was an English Literature Major, so you’ll understand if I’m more than just a little excited about my new find on the iTunes Store: it’s called Lit2Go, and it’s a collection of classic stories and poems, yours to download and listen to for free. There’s a good selection, with something for almost everybody, from […]

IMPULSIVE REVIEW of “City Time Lite” App

Well it was another typical romance: girl sees guy’s writing over internet; girl falls madly in love with his words; girl tracks guy down on Facebook to start an engaging electronic penpal/email relationship…only problem was that she was in London…he was in New York! Welcome to the “City Time” App. The free application for the […]

IMPULSIVE REVIEW of “Perfect Balance: Lost Trials” App

Physics geeks this one’s for you! The “Perfect Balance: Lost Trials” Game application for the iPhone involves puzzling situations where shapes must be placed on geometric objects so that they do not fall off of the screen. An engineered gravity is in place, and triangles, circles, squares, and other strange non-symmetrical shapes are picked up […]

Sonos “ZonePlayer S5” IMPULSIVE REVIEW

The revolutionary sound system has arrived! It has a name, it has a subwoofer, it has tweeters, it has wireless-integrated technology, it has superior sound, it has pure qualitative quality: it is the Sonos “ZonePlayer S5” music system. In an age that has adopted digital music, the Sonos “ZonePlayer S5” cannot be overlooked, or go […]

Half the time, it was about Windows 7

Regional launches are always interesting. Snow Leopard was definitely low key, and so it seemed in other regions. Back here in Asia, half the Keynote presentation was about Windows 7. Hell had definitely frozen over as journalists and bloggers shifted in their seats when Apple’s regional marketing guy went into an in depth comparison with […]